Fiskars Project Orange Thumb funds neighborhood beautification and community gardening.
The Foundation’s aims to transform land use attitudes and practices, thus contributing to resilient, healthy communities and natural environments.
Safeway funds community organizations directly reaching vulnerable Canadians and helping them access healthy and affordable food. Priorities primarily focus on building healthy communities by
supporting human health and nutrition, hunger prevention, people with disabilities and community based activities.
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Funding during COVID-19 for community organizations directly reaching vulnerable Canadians and helping them access healthy and affordable food.
The objective of the initiative is to increase economic development opportunities for Indigenous Peoples by building their capacity to participate and succeed in the agriculture sector.
The Age-friendly Communities program assists communities in BC to support aging populations by developing and implementing policies and plans, undertaking projects that enable seniors to age in place, and facilitating the creation of age-friendly communities. Food security plans and projects eligible. Deadline: January 17, 2020
There are over 100 United Ways Centraides across the country. Each United Ways Centraide raises money and allocates funds locally to support its community.
Vancity enviroFund grants support initiatives addressing local environmental issues in a positive, constructive and creative manner.
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Grants from the Community Response Fund (CRF) are intended to support qualified donees in BC whose staff, volunteers, programs, and operations have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 in the following streams: 1) Health and Social Services – This stream of granting is intended for front-line health and social services charities 2) Arts, Culture, and Community Benefits – This stream of granting is intended for charities offering arts, culture, and other community programming and services that are not considered front-line health and social services.
The Victoria Foundation grants in five key areas: Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Services, Education, Environment, Health & Recreation.
The School Garden Grant program provides a $2,000 monetary grant to a primary or secondary school, or a nonprofit working in partnership with a primary or secondary school, to support a new or existing edible garden on school grounds.